Posts Tagged ‘web development’

Digital Skills Technology Day 2: Web development

Saturday, March 30th, 2013
Digital Skills

Digital Skills

Title: Digital Skills Technology Day 2: Web development
Location: MadLab
Date: 30-06-2013
Start Time: 14:00
End Time: 17:00
Register: here





Our technology days are free to attend and suitable for all ages – bring your family and friends! The class runs 2pm to 5pm. Please sign up below to let us know you’re coming – so we know how much material and cake we need.

Since our “Introduction to web development” classes were so popular, we decided to run a short taster session for those of you who couldn’t attend the courses. We will have computers there as well, but please bring a laptop if you have one!

• Get a short introduction to web development with HTML and CSS.
• Learn how to build a simple website from scratch!

Let us know if you’re coming to the event by signing up here:

New Book from the Omniversity’s Chris Mills

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

Hear ye, hear ye! Chris Mills, open standards evangelist and Omniversity tutor par excellence has recently been published by Peachpit, a specialist publisher that deals in technology textbooks, ebooks and videos for creative people.

Chris has run a series of web design foundations course for the Omniversity, from HTML basics to Advanced CSS. The latest on offer are the CSS Basics, an all day introductory session to the marvels of CSS starting on Saturday 13th October, and the Advanced CSS course, starting on the 3rd November. His new book, ‘Practical CSS3: Develop And Design’ is available both in print and as an ebook and can be bought here. (more…)